The Great Gatsby Review | Examiner

David Weaver from writes: Director Baz Luhrmann certainly likes his tragic love stories. From his 1996 Romeo & Juliet adaptation to his 2001 musical extravaganza Moulin Rouge and now with The Great Gatsby, Luhrmann has not only shown his affinity towards such poignant love stories time and time again but also why he is the right man for the job. His vision of 1920's era New York is at once familiar and foreign with often lavish decor mixed with contemporary musical ballads that juxtapose with the material in only a way he can manage to pull off.

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